Mexico City, Mexico
At a Glance
Located in the fashionable neighborhood of Polanco
Close to excellent restaurants, boutiques and fascinating museums such as the Museum of Anthropology
Sophisticated boutique hotel in an elegant building
Small on-site spa if you feel in need of pampering
Fabulous restaurant headed by the award-winning chef, Martha Ortiz
Contemporary sleek design and personalized service
If you have a sweet tooth, you will love the complimentary Mexican sweets they provide in your room on arrival. Watch out for the chilli pineapple one though!Scott Dunn team
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Las Alcobas is a sophisticated hotel that offers guests supreme comfort and a great location close to many of Mexico City's top restaurants, bars and boutiques in the city's most prestigious neighborhood.
Designed with great attention to detail and superb quality finishing by the renowned Yabu Pushelberg interior design group, Las Alcobas has 35 spacious guest rooms and suites that offer the most up-to-date amenities. Bathrooms are large and feature rainforest showers, separate bath tubs and top-of-the-range scented soaps and oils.
The hotel has two restaurants - Anatol, a fine-dining destination presided over by renowned chef Justin Ermini, and a cantina-style restaurant Dulce Patria, whose menu and cocktails are designed by the famous Martha Ortiz and evoke the rich colors and textures of Mexico.
Las Alcobas also has a signature Aurora spa which offers a wide range of treatments using indigenous Mayan ingredients. The customer service experience at the hotel is exceptional, from small details such as remembering your name to providing excellent advice on how to fulfil your time here. The hotel will be happy to arrange all kinds of cultural experiences within the city; the Auditorio Nacional and many of the Mexico city's finest museums are located close by.
Las Alcobas features 35 guest rooms, including three penthouse suites. All are beautifully appointed, with custom made rosewood furnishings and state of the art technology including 42-inch LCD TV, surround sound CD and DVD home theater systems. The bathrooms are oversized, with rain showers, spa soaking tubs and top-of-the-range toiletries. The rooms and suites vary in size from 400 to 1600 square feet.
Children over 7 years of age are welcome to come and stay at Las Alcobas, and babysitting can be arranged upon request. However, there are no other specific children's facilities or interconnecting rooms available at the hotel.
Las Alcobas offers a small Aurora spa, two restaurants, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout, and a 24-hour fitness center.
Anatol Restaurants has a seasonal inspired menu. Dishes are small and numerous to give you a flavorsome experience with a touch of Italian. Dulce Patria is a traditional Mexican restaurant with a lively atmosphere and authentic Mexican dishes on the menu.
Aurora Spa is a stylish spa that incorporates the rich history and culture of Mexico. The well-appointed spa provides a relaxing environment and products are created from Mexico's most cherished resources and treatments are inspired by culinary and medicinal developments that originated in Mexico.
Las Alcobas is happy to organize cultural trips around Mexico City for their guests. The Polanco district is home to some of the city's top restaurants, bars, and clubs and also some of the most prolific museums.
Mexico City is the focus of Mexico’s political, cultural and economic life. The city provides an eclectic mix of modern glass and steel structures and the colonial architecture of the past. The city offers 75 museums and 10 archaeological zones. Mexico City’s historical center, designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, encompasses more than 1,400 historic structures, including the Templo Mayor (Great Temple of the Aztecs), as well as private mansions and civic and religious buildings.
Location & Directions
Mexico City, Mexico
Las Alcobas is located just steps away from the designer boutiques, restaurants, and nightclubs along Presidente Masaryk Avenue, in the Polanco District, Mexico City.
When to go
At this altitude (2240m above sea level), Mexico City rarely gets too hot therefore can be enjoyed at any time of year. The hotter months of May and June, and the rainy season (June-September), when the capital experiences a downpour most afternoons may want to be avoided. Pollution is in maximum effect in the hot, dry season of spring, from late February to early May. Busy times include the MACO Contemporary Arts Festival (April), the Pride march (late June), the Cake Festival (August) and Fashion Week (October).